Katherine A. Corn
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Modelling tooth–prey interactions in sharks: the importance of dynamic testing
KA Corn, SC Farina, J Brash, AP Summers
Royal Society Open Science 3 (8), 160141, 2016
292016
Building a body shape morphospace of teleostean fishes
SA Price, ST Friedman, KA Corn, CM Martinez, O Larouche, ...
Integrative and comparative biology 59 (3), 716-730, 2019
232019
Body shape diversification along the benthic–pelagic axis in marine fishes
ST Friedman, SA Price, KA Corn, O Larouche, CM Martinez, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1931), 20201053, 2020
102020
Reef-associated fishes have more maneuverable body shapes at a macroevolutionary scale
O Larouche, B Benton, KA Corn, ST Friedman, D Gross, M Iwan, ...
Coral Reefs 39 (5), 1427-1439, 2020
82020
Functional coupling in the evolution of suction feeding and gill ventilation of sculpins (Perciformes: Cottoidei)
SC Farina, ML Knope, KA Corn, AP Summers, WE Bemis
Integrative and comparative biology 59 (2), 394-409, 2019
42019
Effects of organism and substrate size on burial mechanics of English sole, Parophrys vetulus
KA Corn, SC Farina, AP Summers, AC Gibb
Journal of Experimental Biology, jeb. 176131, 2018
42018
A CURE for a major challenge in phenomics: a practical guide to implementing a quantitative specimen-based undergraduate research experience
SA Price, O Larouche, ST Friedman, KA Corn, PC Wainwright, ...
Integrative Organismal Biology 2 (1), obaa004, 2020
32020
The deep sea is a hot spot of fish body shape evolution
CM Martinez, ST Friedman, KA Corn, O Larouche, SA Price, ...
Ecology Letters, 2021
12021
A multifunction trade-off has contrasting effects on the evolution of form and function
KA Corn, CM Martinez, ED Burress, PC Wainwright
Systematic Biology 70 (4), 681-693, 2021
12021
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